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Milford, N.H.-based Hendrix Wire & Cable, a provider of overhead and underground power distribution products, is offering its 34.5 kV TRXLP-insulated medium-voltage cable for applications in the wind power industry.

The 34.5 kV cable is available in a variety of options, including aluminum or copper conductor and full and reduced neutral. Hendrix offers various supply solutions for 34.5 kV cable based on various delivery cycles.

According to the company, a traditional contractual agreement is available for long-term clients offering a variety of supply options including, but not limited to, a capacity-plan cycle, which allows customers to schedule delivery of varying amounts of cable during each month of the year to match demand; a vendor-managed inventory option, in which Hendrix makes recommendations based on the customer's forecast usage and on an inventory turnover target or a maximum inventory value; and a rapid-cycle delivery option, which is available for high-volume products, allowing clients to place orders on an as-needed basis for delivery within two weeks time.


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